Boys’ Soccer prevails against Cambridge 3-0

Mehul Shrivastava and Kai-Jia Yue

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On Tuesday, November 1st, WA Boys’ Soccer won their game against Cambridge Rindge and Latin by a score of 3-0. The game was intense, with both teams playing with equal aggressiveness, but WA managed to pull through.

The game started off with both teams going back and forth, attempting to shoot for a goal. Sophomore Nicholas Awada, who played goalie in place of sophomore Alex Wood, was very successful in defending the goal, and there were multiple times where he saved some close goals.

Although both teams had a strong defense, Cambridge fell back just a few times, letting WA score with nine minutes left in the half, then in the last few seconds. The half ended with WA in the lead 2-0.

The second half was equally as competitive, if not more. Awada continued to excel in defense, as he blocked constant attempts from Cambridge at the goal. The Cambridge defense was just as strong, but WA managed to score yet another goal at twenty-three minutes remaining, and nothing more was scored after that.

The game ended with a WA victory with a final score of 3-0.

WA Head Coach Tony DiLeo thought that although his team did not play their best, they played well enough to earn the victory.

“I thought we played decently,” said DiLeo.

DiLeo also recognized many players who did well, especially seniors including Ray Halloul and Ian Logan.